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Monica Lamb-Yorski

Monica Lamb-Yorski

I have been writing for newspapers since 2002.

A B.C. gal, I was born in Alert Bay, raised in Nelson, graduated from the University of Winnipeg, and wrote my first-ever article for the Prince Rupert Daily News.

In 2011, I joined the editorial team at the Williams Lake Tribune as a reporter, covering everything from hard news to bull sales and babies born en route to the hospital. Last fall I added the role editor of Coast Mountain News to my responsibilities with Black Press. I continue to enjoy the privilege of writing about our community and region. The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast is a great place.

Phone
250-392-2331
Email
monica.lamb-yorski@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Monica

Cariboo Regional District calls for ministry for rural B.C.

Cariboo Regional District calls for ministry for rural B.C.

Lack of resources, supports in rural B.C. makes aging challenging in rural areas, says director
COLUMN: Leap year 2024

COLUMN: Leap year 2024

Do you know someone born on Feb. 29?
B.C. First Nation suing Canadian government over fishery closure

B.C. First Nation suing Canadian government over fishery closure

Heiltsuk Nation says the 2022 closure by Fisheries and Oceans Canada undermined its rights
Tsilhqot’in Nation aims for control of child and family services

Tsilhqot’in Nation aims for control of child and family services

TNG leaders, councils, frontline workers met for two days in Williams Lake
ATV crash in Williams Lake river valley claims one life

ATV crash in Williams Lake river valley claims one life

BC Coroners Service is investgating the incident
MLA, chamber add support for long-term, sustainable agreement for Atlantic Power

MLA, chamber add support for long-term, sustainable agreement for Atlantic Power

The company announced it will close in January 2025 if lack of fibre is not addressed
Heat pumps making a positive change for Heiltsuk residents on B.C. coast

Heat pumps making a positive change for Heiltsuk residents on B.C. coast

Residents have seen heating costs decrease substantially
Ashcroft eyes 3.5 per cent tax increase during preliminary 2024 budget talks

Ashcroft eyes 3.5 per cent tax increase during preliminary 2024 budget talks

Chief administrative officer Yogi Bhalla went over the 2024 draft budget with mayor and council
South Cariboo artist Neil Pinkett drawn to abstractions within nature

South Cariboo artist Neil Pinkett drawn to abstractions within nature

Pinkett’s latest exhibit is featured at the Station House Gallery in Williams Lake
Tŝilhqot’in national chief to tackle climate change topic in England

Tŝilhqot’in national chief to tackle climate change topic in England

Chief Joe Alphonse will be part of panel discussion at the British Academy
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